Gallery History
M. Certo Studio
Gallery History
301 Mountain Rd. N.E.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102
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Copyright, 1995-2023. Albuquerque Contemporary Art Center. All Rights Reserved.
Studio Rentals
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301 Mountain Rd. N.E. 
Downtown Albuquerque, on the northeast corner of 
Mountain Rd. and Broadway Blvd. 

It's a big yellow warehouse, entrance is on the east side 
of the building. Parking is always available at the 
Post Office directly diagonal from the gallery.


Thursday - Sunday 12-4pm
or by appt.

505 417 0172

Curator's Statement:

Mark Dyke’s bronze and clay animal sculptures and David D’Agostino’s diorama-based photography are part of the Bestiary Collective. Formed by Dyke and D’Agostino, the Bestiary Collective is a group of artists that are joining a centuries-long endeavor to bring compassion to the estrangement between humans and nonhumans. 

For the last couple of centuries humans have used nonhumans for food, sport and profit. More recently, nonhumans are increasingly collateral damage in the coalescing fronts of climate change, environmental crisis, and encroachment on wild animal habitat. 

Dyke and D’Agostino have provided a space to hear or feel what nonhumans are encountering as they attempt to survive inside this bewildering world.

-Ivan Boyd 

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87102
Gallery Hours: 
Thursday-Sunday 12-4pm